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Last Updated: Thursday, 13 September 2007, 13:29 GMT 14:29 UK
World Twenty20 - day two photos

Elton Chigumbura celebrates having Matthew Hayden caught behind by Brendan Taylor

Australia v Zimbabwe: Australia opt to bat first in Cape Town but suffer an upset when Matthew Hayden edges behind for 4

Zimbabwe celebrate the wicket of Adam Gilchrist

Celebrations continue with Australia on 19-3 after Adam Gilchrist and Ricky Ponting depart to catches in the deep

Mike Hussey is run out

Australia have a fight on their hands after Mike Hussey is run out and Andrew Symonds is stumped, leaving the score 85-5

Gary Brent (left) celebrates bowling Brett Lee for 12

Brad Hodge and Brett Lee hit some lusty blows late on, but Zimbabwe keep their heads to restrict Australia to 139-9

Vusi Sibanda blazes away at the start of Zimbabwe's reply

Vusi Sibanda blazes away at the start of Zimbabwe's reply but after he falls the scoring slows down at Newlands

Brendan Taylor celebrates his fifty

But Brendan Taylor keeps his composure to make a fine fifty off 38 balls to give his side a chance

The Zimbabwe bench reacts to the winning runs being scored

And when the winning leg-byes flick off his pads the whole bench leaps up and runs on to the field

Brendan Taylor and Elton Chigumbura celebrate a famous win for Zimbabwe while Ricky Ponting watches on

Taylor and Chigumbura dance with glee in the middle as Ponting is left to contemplate an embarrassing defeat

Mohammed Hafeez is caught for 18 by bowler Craig Wright in Durban

Pakistan v Scotland: Pakistan are put in to bat and lose Mohammed Hafeez for 18 after both openers depart cheaply

Younis Khan

Younis Khan keeps the score moving but Pakistan are 81-4 when Shoaib Malik is stumped for 10 in the 13th over

Shahid Afridi hits out

Shahid Afridi hits his second ball for six and races to a rapid 22 before he is caught by Majid Haq off the bowling of Wright

Shahid Afridi

Pakistan are 108-5 after Afridi's wicket and Younis Khan follows soon after for 41, making it 116-6 in the 16th over

Pakistan flags in the crowd

Misbah-ul-Haq, Kamran Akmal and Yasir Arafat all contribute in the lower order and Pakistan reach 171-9 after 20 overs

Scotland's Fraser Watts batting against Pakistan

Fraser Watts makes 46 but Scotland can't match the standards they set in the field and keep losing wickets

Shahid Afridi bowling against Scotland

Man-of-the-match Afridi causes havoc with the ball and finishes with figures of 4-19 as Scotland slump to defeat

John Blain is bowled by Umar Gul

John Blain is the penultimate wicket to fall as Umar Gul also takes four wickets and Pakistan cruise to a 51-run win

Shane Bond sends Mauris Ouma's stumps flying in the first over in Durban

New Zealand v Kenya: Kenya are inserted in Durban and quickly lose Mauris Ouma to Shane Bond in the first over

Shane Bond celebrates the wicket of Tanmay Mishra

Tanmay Mishra is the next wicket to fall as Kenya's top four batsmen all depart for ducks, leaving the score at 1-4

Dancers on the boundary as New Zealand take on Kenya

The procession of Kenya wickets continues, with only Collins Obuya and Thomas Odoyo managing to offer any resistance

Mark Gillespie bowls Peter Ongondo for his fourth wicket

Mark Gillespie finishes with figures of 4-7, leaving Kenya all out for 73 - the lowest score in a Twenty20 international

Lou Vincent departs

New Zealand lose Lou Vincent for 27 but Peter Fulton and Brendon McCullum complete a comfortable nine-wicket win

World Twenty20 - day one photos
12 Sep 07 |  Cricket


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